Saturday, January 12, 2008

1966 Ferrari 365P Berlinetta Speciale

The 365P Berlinetta Speciale was built from the 1965 P2 racing car, chassis no. 8971, and debuted at the 1966 Paris Salon.

Just like my favourite supercar, the McLaren F1, the Ferrari 365P has a centrally located drivers seat. Only two cars were made.

The three-seater was the first car Sergio Pininfarina styled when he started working for his father, "Pinin'' Farina.

The 365P may remind you of the Dino, but the 365P is larger, as it's built around the bigger V12 engine and chassis of the 365P2 race car.

4390cc 24 valve Longitudinal V12 engine. 380 bhp at 7300 rpm.

Photos from Europeancarweb

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